Independent marketing agency Climb Online today announced the appointment of Tom Wilson as its new Head of Organic Performance.
Tom joined the digital marketing agency in July following a series of enterprise brand campaigns for the company. Using his extensive industry experience, he builds the company’s SEO services and performance to date.
He has worked with several prominent enterprise brands including Curry’s, LiveScore, Disney Store and Johnson & Johnson. Tom will join Climb Online’s existing management team where he will lead the future direction of all organic decisions.
Tom’s appointment follows Climb Online’s transition from SME to enterprise and expansion of its management team. Alongside his digital agency marketing services, one of Tom’s short-term goals is to establish a world-class digital PR service.
Regarding the new appointment, Tom Wilson confirms: Climb Online is one of the UK’s most exciting digital marketing agencies and has been going from strength to strength every year since its inception. I am very impressed with the board’s strategic vision and am very much looking forward to participating in the next phase of Climb Online’s growth.
“My career so far has resulted in organic growth for both agency and direct clients. We will use this experience to enhance Climb Online’s SEO offerings, offering innovative and best-in-class services. We want to make it easy for our clients to understand and apply their business challenges, not just to provide
Climb Online Managing Director Michael Bush commented:
“We are really excited about Tom’s vision for both Climb Online and SEO. His enormous ambition and drive make him a perfect fit for the team and company.”
Climb Online, a London-based marketing agency founded in 2015, works with private organizations and businesses through its core services in SEO, paid media and social media marketing, with a leading client portfolio of leading brands including HERA. We have a proven track record of helping organizations achieve their business objectives. , TOMS, and carbon theory.